Hi pals, are you finishing off your leftovers?
If you’re a resident reader, I’m sure you’ve noticed my love-hate relationship with Florida’s weather. From violent storms to moody season transitions, you can forget about the holidays when it just doesn’t feel like it, right? Heck, I know someone who moved up north to get those bloggable changing autumn tree leaves.
This is part of the reason why I made my choice when Maple Holistics reached out to me with a collaboration. Maple Holistics is a New Jersey company that aims to provide natural and holistic solutions to personal care. They offer items like bath salts, shampoo and conditioner, scrubs, serums and more that are all natural, sulfate-free, and aren’t tested on animals!
I chose their Winter Blend Shampoo & Conditioner set because its formula has 5 different mints: spearmint, bergamot, peppermint, wild mint, and eucalyptus mint. The theme and scent should be perfect for inspiring your end-of-the-year activities if your climate is also not cooperating. Additionally, the conditioner has many essential oils and amino acids including jojoba and argan.
I was also interested in trying a peppermint shampoo as I’ve heard it’s helps stimulate hair growth. Maple Holistics says that the blend should soothe your scalp, clear dandruff and hydrate hair.
While the winter set certainly smells like mint– those little round green and white candies!– it’s harder to tell about any other benefits. It has washed away dandruff but hasn’t eliminated the problem (I’ve been using it a little longer than 2 weeks). I don’t think my hair’s particularly dry, so it’s harder to tell if it’s been moisturized or not. It has washed away all the product used for recent parties in case there’s concern about the strength of natural shampoos.
Perhaps I need to finish the bottles, but I really wanted to share this blend in time in case you were interested! However, I haven’t really noticed any change in my hair. They may also just not be what my hair needs, but I do highly appreciate Maple Holistics’s commitments! Not only do they have the natural aspects I’ve mentioned but even their bottles are recyclable and BPA free. I would definitely consider them in the future.
If you’re in the market for natural personal care, check them out! Maple Holistics even offers a free samples program, so you can try them for yourself!
Have you heard of Maple Holistics? What products are you eyeing?
I was sent these products free of charge for review purposes.